n Indian man hailing from Maharashtra, Siddiqui Mohammad Zishan, travelled nearly 1200 kilometres to satisfy a woman from Shah Faisal town in Karachi, Pakistan. consistent with details, Zishan, who is an engineering student, befriended the girl on Facebook and had been communicating together with her over social media including Facebook and Whatsapp. Zishan wanted to cross the border and are available to Pakistan using Google Maps.
However, the 20-year-old’s plans were curtail when the Indian Border private security force (BSF) caught him in Gujarat’s Rann of Kutch while he was trying to cross over to the opposite side of the approach foot. The young man revealed that he had travelled nearly 1200-odd kilometres to satisfy his friend.
According to reports, he was found by BSF personnel during a dehydrated condition and had fainted. An ATM card and other documents like Aadhaar card helped security officials identify him.
During the search operation, the BSF also found a motorcycle that the youth had abandoned when he reached on the brink of the border. He had used the bike to travel from his hometown in Maharashtra. The young man was caught about 1.5 kilometres faraway from the Indo-Pakistan international border supported information shared by the Crime Branch of Maharashtra Police. The police added that Zishan had started walking towards Pakistan after his motorcycle got stuck within the sand.
The Maharashtra Police had informed the Gujarat Police a few missing complaint that had been filed by the oldsters of the person . The Gujarat Police with the assistance of the Border private security force personnel traced the young man by tracking his mobile .
The BSF has handed over the young man to the police for further investigation then that his story are often verified.